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Exhibition puts greater emphasis on machine vision

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The Machine Vision and Imaging Sciences exhibition (MVIS) will take place at Stoneleigh Park, UK, this year, on Wednesday 17 and Thursday 18 October. Previously known as Imaging Science, the new names highlights the increased presence of machine vision components at the event.

 

Mark Williamson, director of Firstsight Vision, an exhibitor at the event, commented: ‘The renaming of Imaging Science is a welcome change for us as suppliers of industrial vision technology. With more focus on machine vision we look forward to MVIS growing in importance for the UK vision industry.’

 

Organisers expect the UK’s leading vision companies to present their equipment and services at the event. MVIS is part of the larger Photonex Exhibition at Stoneleigh Park, which will also showcase fibre optics, LEDS, sensors, and spectroscopy equipment.

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